Only Five Days Left to See Angelu(s)x at La Galerie Saint-Séverin

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Angelu(s)x by Clément Cogitore

Angelu(s)x by Clément Cogitore
Photo by www.DiscoverParis.net

Is La Galerie Saint-Séverin the smallest art gallery in the world? We like to think so. It is so petite that patrons have to stand on the sidewalk outside the gallery to see the works exhibited within!

Currently, Angelu(s)x by Alsatian artist Clément Cogitore is being exhibited there. The work is a video installation that shows a glowing sphere slowly rising in the steeple of the Strasbourg Cathedral until it reaches the very summit. Arriving there, the glow of the sphere transforms the steeple into a radiant lantern.

Clément Cogitore

Clément Cogitore
Photo by www.DiscoverParis.net

The gallery, located at 4, rue des Prêtres-Saint-Séverin in the 5th arrondissement, is open for viewing day and night.

The exhibit ends on Sunday, November 20.

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